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glock and fired brass ?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by uzz, Jan 17, 2003.

  1. uzz

    uzz

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    Can you free insert a fire brass from glock into same barrel?
    i can't do it with all my fired brass.
    There is more load?
    Thank's
     
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    Do you have a bulge near the base of the brass?
    Can you post a photo?
    Probably not a problem.
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    yes, but toooo little, is difficult to see by eyes.
    I note it measuring the diameter of brass.
     
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    I could insert fired brass if the case necks wouldn't be dented but I don't have any bulges at the base of the case - this is a sign of exessive pressure - I think.
    Perhaps your sizing die isn't fully sizing the casses and the shoulder is set to long - than you wouldn't have full lock up -the slide would go fully into battery.
    Is the firing pin striking in the centre of the primers?
    If it is than it's O.K. , if not than check your reloading metod.
     
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    It's happen with original buy shoot by Federal (124 FMJTC) and sometime with some reload shoot.
    There aren't bulges at the base of the case.

    Are the "barrel" of Glock bigger like other guns?
     
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    If there are dents or bulges near case necks than that is normal.

    Glock .357 SIG barrels are not big (chamber is quite tight).